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Eye Candy #9

October 4th, 2011 // Posted by Dan in Blog, Eye Candy, Photography

↳ via Matthias Heiderich

This post is part of a new series of posts which features one inspirational image or video. If you want to share something inspirational with us please send an email with the subject “Eye Candy” and a link from where you found it. Check out all Eye Candy here.…

Eye Candy #6

September 25th, 2011 // Posted by Dan in Blog, Eye Candy, Inspiration, Photography

↳ via Anton Jankovoy

Yes, this is a photograph.

This post is part of a new series of posts which features one inspirational image or video. If you want to share something inspirational with us please send an email with the subject “Eye Candy” and a link from where you found it. Check out all Eye Candy here.…

Phish Descends on the Hollywood Bowl

August 9th, 2011 // Posted by Nathan in Blog, DKNG Work, Phish, Photography, Poster, Process, Video

↳ Click on the image above for a high res version

Phish is arguably one of the most epic bands touring today, so it’s fitting that their stop in Southern California is at the legendary Hollywood Bowl.  We were thrilled to be asked to create the poster for the show, and decided on an other-worldly theme, depicting the Bowl itself …

COME IN! A Spatial Intervention

August 16th, 2010 // Posted by Dan in Blog, DKNG News, Events, Painting, Photography, Process

For the past month DKNG has been preparing their very first installation piece for a show at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles. “COME IN! A Spatial Intervention” is the brainchild of local Venice artist Ashkahn. The idea behind the show was to showcase some of LA’s finest up and coming artists by allowing them to use their trademark …

Tim MacPherson creative photography

April 29th, 2010 // Posted by Dan in Blog, Inspiration, Photography

Here are some very imaginative shots by photographer Tim MacPherson. When I came across them I instantly became nostalgic and missed the days as a kid when I would make forts out of chairs and sheets with my little sister. These shots take that notion to a whole new level. See larger versions of the photos at Designaside.com

Alberto Seveso’s Varnish Photography

February 21st, 2010 // Posted by Dan in Blog, Inspiration, Photography

While browsing Behance.net, I ran across these beautiful images. I wasn’t sure at first what I was looking at, but it reminded me of a snap shot of very condensed smoke. In fact, these are simply photographs of varnish dropping into a fish bowl. Enjoy.

via Alberto Seveso’s portfolio on Behance.net…

Upside Downy Face Portraits by Brandon Voges

December 11th, 2009 // Posted by Dan in Blog, Inspiration, Photography, Video

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Check out the entire series here

Liu Bolin – The Invisible Man

November 23rd, 2009 // Posted by Dan in Blog, Inspiration, Painting, Photography

Liu Bolin, a young Beijing based artist, is known as the “Invisible Man” for painting himself into his surroundings. The images below are from his series “Camouflage,” an exploration of human nature and animal instincts.

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To read more about his work go to Galerie Bertin-Toublanc